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Board Games with Scott 016 -The Fury of Dracula

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The Fury of Dracula is a deduction / strategy game where one player attempts to hide and intelligently hunt the other players, who work as a team.

Board Games with Scott is a weekly video where Scott Nicholson takes a game, explains it, and lightly reviews it. This week's game is The Fury of Dracula, which is a modern remake of an older game. In this game, one player takes on the role of Dracula, who moves secretly around the board, setting traps. The other players attempt to hunt Dracula down before Dracula creates too many new vampires.

Purchase this game (and support BGWS) through Funagain Games.


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Keywords: board games; boardgames; games; review; reviews

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